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76 Darebin Drive, THOMASTOWN VIC 3074 AUS
One more SOLD by SKAD !! 7 buyers still looking !!
Situated in the prime location of Thomastown, this fantastic home has it all. Making use of every part of the 527m2 allotment for this incredible home. This entry level first home or investment provides an exceptional opportunity with potential.
This home offers four large bedrooms, master with BIR, retreat and your own kitchen & meals. Beautiful central bathroom servicing three bedrooms, spacious formal lounge room, kitchen joining meals area all with quality material, 900 gas cooktop, and SS appliance. Additional features include heating, cooling, polished hardwood timber floors, shed, internal laundry and much more.
One big spacious sun room with heating & cooling. Security cameras all around the house to secure your family. One bungalow at the back for guest or create an extra rental income.
Located within minutes from all the facilities and amenities this suburb has to offer, perfect for all astute buyers, whether it’s for your dream home or another addition to your property portfolio the options are endless. This family home is in a close proximity to Western Ring Road, Thomastown business hub, leisure centre, Epping Plaza, Northern Hospital and Costco within 5-kilometre radius from the property.
A smart choice for first home buyers to enter the market, top investment as well as a fantastic subdivision development opportunity (STCA). Your choices are endless in this standout location, come inspect today to make this the home your love coming back home to!
Get in touch with Moe Al-mnahi on 0466 121 826 and Deepak Moudgil 0477 589 549 today to inspect this excellent home.
Due diligence checklist – for home and residential property buyers – http://www.consumer.vic.gov.au/duediligencechecklist.
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